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We protect and enhance the local environment and increase the wellbeing and resilience of local people and communities that we work with.

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2nd School Run Summit – Tue 2 Oct 2018 book your place now!

20180927_LinkesSocialAGM_headerLINKES are having their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 27th September 2018 6:30pm in the Linkes community rooms, 200 Lincoln Avenue G13 3PP.

Come along and hear what LINKES has achieved in the last year. Meet the staff and board members. Free food and refreshments available from 6.30pm and the AGM will follow on.

If you’d like to get involved with LINKES, speak to them on the night.

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DRCET_SchoolRunSummit_2018_HeaderAre you affected by the school run at your school? Dumbarton Road Corridor Environment Trust (DRCET) and De’ils On Wheels are hosting our second School Run Summit on the morning of Tuesday 2 October at Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, Glasgow G14 0BL

The event will bring together a wide range of people and organisations from the G11/G12/G13/G14/G15 postcode areas to share knowledge and experience of the school run. This will include pupils, teachers, parents, parent councils, local residents, community councils, Council officers, elected members and other interested parties.

We want to make the school run safer by:

  • reducing the number of cars on the school run
  • helping people that drive make different travel choices
  • providing coordinated support to schools and pupils

This event is free to attend but booking is required! You can book online at:

www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/drcet-schoolrunsummit-2018

or download the booking form here DRCET_SchoolRunSummit_2018_BookingForm

For more info please contact DRCET on 0141 433 0427 or email liz@dumbartonroad.com

If you are using Twitter then please follow @drcet and @deilsonwheels and use the hashtags #SaferSchoolRun and #schoolrunsummit and You can read all about the first school run summit here!

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20180915_CoachHouseTrustFamilyMarket_headerThe Coach House Trust will be holding their Autumn Family Market day on Saturday 15 September 2018.

The Autumn Family Market will be taking place at the Alderman Road site, 245A Alderman Rd, Glasgow G13 3AY kicking off at 11am and finishing off at 3pm. Please feel free to join them for live music, BBQ, home baking, seasonal produce, garden furniture & planters, arts & crafts and much more.

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DRCET cordially invite you to attend our 14th Annual General Meeting which will take place on Tuesday 2 October 2018 at 1.15pm (lunch from 12.45pm) at Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, G14 0BL.

Our AGM is a great opportunity to hear about all the work that we have been involved with over the past year as well as to meet up with friends old and new!

We will celebrate our projects and achievements, hear from some of our partners and discuss the environmental issues that are of interest and concern for you and your community. There will be a small lunch buffet and refreshments available!

This year’s AGM will take place following our second School Run Summit.

Download the poster here DRCET_AGM_2018_Poster

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Glasgow City Council’s Lord Provost’s Road Safety Award is an annual award given to primary schools throughout the city that have made a clear commitment to road safety education. Education is the key element in reducing child casualties and every school that support’s this programme will help ensure that every child in Glasgow has the necessary road skills for life.

Last week the Road Safety Awards ceremony took place at the City Chambers and 63 schools were in attendance to receive their awards including several schools in the local area. These included Antonine, Bankhead, Broomhill, Clyde, Corpus Christi, Jordanhill, Langfaulds, St Brendan’s, St Paul’s (Whiteinch) and Thornwood Primary schools. Well done to all the schools!

Each school has undertaken a range of road safety education with support from the Council’s Road Safety Team and others. The school uses a dedicated page on the GoSafeGlasgow.com website where they are able to monitor their progress using traffic light indicators to show their progress for each pupil year group.

For P6 this also includes Bikeability Level 2 on road training and we were delighted to support St Paul’s, Corpus Christi and Bankhead Primaries in their Bikeability programme last year.

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The Hands Up Scotland Survey looks at how pupils across Scotland travel to school and is the largest national dataset on school travel.

The 2018 survey will take place from Monday 10 until Friday 14 September with schools selecting one day to carry out the survey.

Each September, schools across Scotland complete the survey in class by asking their pupils ‘How do you normally travel to school?’. Local authority officers distribute the survey to schools and return pupil responses to Sustrans for collation, analysis and reporting.

Over the past few years the number of schools in Glasgow participating in the survey has been decreasing despite more schools across Scotland participating. Similarly the number of pupils being driven to school has been increasing in Glasgow despite low levels of car ownership.

The results provide a valuable annual snapshot of school travel and are used by Sustrans, Transport Scotland and other groups to inform policy areas, monitor trends in school travel over time, and provide information relevant to a variety of health, transport and education initiatives.

For more information about the Hands Up Scotland survey please visit the Sustrans website where you can also download all the information for the 2018 survey. You can see the headline results from 2017 below.

The project is funded by Transport Scotland and is a joint survey between Sustrans and all 32 Scottish local authorities

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Glasgow was so game for Street Play back in June that the city is set to do it all over again this September. Now, to mark this year’s International Car Free Day, Street Play will be available in the city for the second time this year, this time on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September.

In an unprecedented move, the council is repeating the offer of free road closures to residents, local groups and community-based organisations who want to turn their local streets into temporary playgrounds for local children.

It follows the huge success of the Street Play event in June this year, which saw the council facilitate 25 road closures across the city to allow communities to enjoy the benefits of a traffic-free day close to home.

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Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, Glasgow G14 0BL
t: 0141 433 0427
e: getinvolved@
dumbartonroad.com

De'ils On Wheels
Wed 11am-3pm, Thu 1pm-5pm
40 Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, Glasgow G14 9SU
m: 07515 879747
e: deilsonwheels@
dumbartonroad.com

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DRCET is a recognised Scottish Charity (Charity No SC035954) and a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland (Company No SC273114). Registered office as shown above.

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